In September 2020, the church facility re-opened for some programs. For background on the decisions made in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic since March, click here.

This Sunday, November 29, 10:30 am  LIVESTREAM AND IN-PERSON –On the first Sunday in Advent, we will focus on Hope as part of our preparation for Christmas. Communion will be celebrated, so those at home are invited to have a morsel of bread and a cup of juice ready. The service will be followed by an Annual Financial Meeting on Zoom.

“Hope has two beautiful daughters. Their names are anger and courage; anger at the way things are, and courage to see that they do not remain the way they are” – St. Augustine

Please come in person or join the service at 10:30 am via the MWUC Facebook site. If you don’t have Facebook, you will be able to access a video of the service from this church website, by Sunday afternoon. Click here for information on what to expect if you come in person.

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Mill Woods United Church is a spiritual community in southeast Edmonton Alberta in which you can explore your purpose and place. We seek to grow in love by following the Way of Jesus. If you are looking for companions on the challenging and joyous paths of love, please consider joining us.

We gather each Sunday to remember our sacred values, to reflect on how to make them real in our actions, and to renew our spirits and souls. We work with others every day of the week to care for our community and the world. If you hope to find more meaning in your life, please consider reaching out with us.

Spiritual gatherings, deep conversations, and the struggle for equality and peace — these are some of the ways in which we respond to the call of the God who is Love. If you are seeking to explore your purpose and place, please do consider making a difference with us.

“Join In, Reach Out, Make a Difference!”

We acknowledge the land on which we gather. Mill Woods is the ancestral land of Treaty Six First Nations. All of us are Treaty people, for which we give thanks.